Around 3:45 p.m. by an outbound Worcester Line train. Transit Police report the man, about, 20, was taken to a local hospital in critical attention.
The Herald reports.
UPDATE: Not an actual sleeping homeless person; just some blankets that appeared to be a sleeping homeless person.
There's a homeless guy asleep under the Yawkey Way commuter-line stop, with his feet hanging over the tracks. Dave reports train 506 has been halted just before the station so that police can remove him.
Who's on First on Yawkey Way will be going away, Red Sox President Sam Kennedy said tonight at a meeting between Red Sox officials and Fenway residents. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board ruled today that Who's on First was not to blame for a quadruple shooting on Nov. 26 that left Jephthe Chery of Hyde Park dead. Read more.
The Boston Licensing Board will meet next week to decide if Who's on First on Yawkey Way could have done anything to stop an attack that left a commuter-rail conductor dead and three other men with injuries as Thanksgiving began.
If the board determines the bar was negligent or somehow at least partially responsible for the shootings, it could take steps ranging from a simple warning to suspending or even revoking its liquor license. Read more.
Adrian Walker makes the case for renaming Yawkey Way.
UPDATE: Bail set at $250,000 on charges of unlawful possession of a firearm as a second offense, unlawful possession of ammunition, and attempted assault and battery with a firearm - and being a Level II armed career criminal, Suffolk County DA's office says.
Boston Police report arresting Dominique L. Carpenter-Grady, 26, of Dorchester, on firearms charges related to the gunfire that killed Jephthe Chery outside Who's on First early on Nov. 26. Read more.